Press

 

We’re fortunate to have been featured in many local and national news outlets to help tell our story and feed more people. Hear what they’re saying:

BARISTA MAGAZINE

"When businesses officially closed their doors to the public, with consequential layoffs, both Alexandra and Fresh Guys worked together to redirect their services to help the greater community in Boulder and Denver. Fresh Guys changed their business model from delivering to restaurants to delivering to individuals; they wanted to continue to support their farmer partners, and Alexandra wanted to continue delivering produce to individuals in need."

Read the complete article from Barista Magazine.

DENVER CHANNEL 7

"A laid-off barista started the LittleJohn Produce Box Project amid the COVID-19 crisis. Using restaurant suppliers, she's boxing up fresh vegetables to be sold and donated amid the pandemic...They have sold almost 800 boxes so far, and with the help of sponsors, they've donated over 350 boxes."

Watch the video on Denver Channel 7 News.

GOOD MORNING AMERICA

“Of course the pandemic has greatly affected the country’s food supply chain, many restaurants are either closed or operating at limited capacity leaving suppliers with excess food. One Colorado woman is stepping in to help stop the ripple effect that could lead to food waste by creating the LittleJohn Produce Box Project.”

Watch the complete interview on Good Morning America.

THE DENVER POST

"Beyond providing an option to skip the grocery store, the organization also allows people to buy boxes of produce and eggs that are donated to people in need...As of mid-September, the organization had donated nearly 1,000 boxes of food."

Read the full article in The Denver Post.

THE WASHINGTON POST

"Another of her initiatives is to keep people out of grocery stores to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus. That was especially crucial for Denver resident Tara McLauchlan, whose roommate in March was at high-risk for the virus. McLauchlan didn’t want to risk exposing herself to the coronavirus at grocery stores, so she relied on LittleJohn’s delivery and pickups..."

Read the full article at The Washington Post.